Dawn: A Collection of Poems

Dawn: A Collection of Poems

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MAR Taleghany
978-1-909075-30-6 / 120 pp / pb

I never sit down to write a poem. It usually so happens that the idea of a poem simply descends on me. This happens quite accidentally; it is never pre-planned. The process of writing a poem is like this: I feel restless for a while. This could take a few days, weeks or months. The emotionally sensitive part of my mind, if I may say so, is impressed, or rather pressed, by events happening around me. The effect of these events are not, directly or indirectly, personal; they are imprints of events that my subconscious considers rightly or wrongly, not fair, humane or rational; especially rationality, which is a rare commodity in our present day world. Thus the poems presented in this volume, could be said are records of the moments captured in words and are a reflection of the effects of the events in the mirror of my mind.

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